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Today's Opinions

  • Radcliff incumbents deserve new terms

    ISSUE: Radcliff City Council election
    OUR VIEW: When the path is clear, move ahead

    With a concentration on community pride, Radcliff city government has made significant improvements regarding quality of life issues.

  • Oct. 25, 2012: Our readers write

    Endorsing Broadwater

    I am asking voters in the 5th Division Hardin County Schools board race to vote for Suzy Broadwater. She has remained faithful to the needs of this district with consideration to improving facilities and student achievement in our local schools.

  • E’town renews sports sponsorship sales contract

    THE ISSUE: Farming out sponsorship sales
    OUR VIEW: Expectations increase for sales company

    Elizabethtown Sports Park will have help turning its audience into revenue over the next year.

  • Oct. 24, 2012: Our readers write

    Republican philosophy failed before

    History is to be respected not repeated. Both our political parties seem to ignore the lessons we learned in the past and keep repeating them. Democrats have Vietnam; Republicans have Iraq and Afghanistan for their share of history.

  • Oct. 23, 2012: Our readers write

    Defending families

    A key issue in November’s election briefly flashed into the spotlight during last Tuesday’s debate. Though virtually ignored by President Barack Obama and the media, former Gov. Mitt Romney’s stress on the importance of fostering marriages and families to stem the onslaught of violence in our country makes sense.

  • Kudos in the classroom and out

    TOPIC: Academics, fire truck and ride show positives
    OUR VIEW: Good is all around us

  • Oct. 21, 2012: Our readers write

    Re-elect Broadwater

    Soon it will be time for Hardin County Schools Board elections and I would like to encourage you to re-elect Suzy Broadwater to the 5th Division seat. Suzy has been a good voice for the north end of the county. She has been able to work with the current board and gets her point across calmly.

  • Honors in bronze and stone

    ISSUE: Veterans volunteer on own tribute
    OUR VIEW: A special moment captured the essence of value

    A poignant moment took place recently under a sunny October sky. Leon Chambers, a local veteran, was among a small army of fellow veterans assembled at the site of the Hardin County Veterans Tribute under development in the Elizabethtown Nature Park.